Ayatul Kursi Lesson (Middle School – Adult)
Category Archives: Quraan: Lessons
This is a unit study that I put together for my older kids a few years back, we are just now starting to use it, lol. I wrote it, as I said, for my older kids, but included activities to scale it down, to a degree, for younger kids. It might even be useful for adults as there is a word/phrase for phrase breakdown table.
Arabic Language Study
English Language Study
Here’s the table of contents: (Don’t click on the links in the TOC, they are from a word document) . (DOC format) To download the document, please click here: quraan-naas
I hope to eventually continue with Suratul Falaq and work backwards through Juz Amma, but we’ll see……
I revamped my Suratul Fil lesson to make it a unit study including activities from across the curriculum. There are activities for just about all ages.
I hope you’ll take a peek…… Suratul Fil Unit Study
Insha Allah, I hope to add other unit studies for other surah soon………
Here is the lesson that I mentioned in an earlier blog post for Surah At Tur. (See July 10, I think) If you use the lesson, please let me know if it was useful or how it could be improved. I hope to make more lessons in the future for this grade/level.
I have just completed a set of Quraan lessons for upper elementary and up for Surah Tur (52). Juz 27. It includes comprehension questions, English and arabic vocabulary, writing, and “exploration” activities. Insha Allah I will be posting it this week. It is not designed for memorization of the surah, however, it would be of use, insha Allah, if students are memorizing the surah. The sections are divided up by Ibn Kathir’s Tafsir divisions. A copy of the translation of Ibn Kathir’s Tafsir is necessary to complete the lessons.
“Get more out of your Quraan studies, insha Allah, with this handy set of forms, includes a blank schedule, tafsir outline form, form for recording study questions and more! Also includes a basic structure to follows when starting to study a new surah.)”
My 12 year old, one of my two students that I designed the lesson for told me I should make lessons for the whole quraan! I do have a partial lesson for fatihah (see url above) and I have about six lessons for Suratul Kahf which are completed, but just haven’t had the time to post them on the site.
So if you are looking for Quraan teaching resources, please stop by:
Insha Allah you will find something handy from posters, charts, schedules, and teaching tips including:
Independent Quraan Period Ideas
by Talibiddeen Jr.
Independent/Semi Independent Learning Activity Ideas for Kids
(while Umm is busy with something or someone else)
Quraan Period Suggestions
by Talibiddeen Jr.
A sample outline of how to conduct a Quraan Class/Study Session